Christensen Arms® Introduces Steel Barreled Modern Precision Rifle and 6mm Creedmoor Offerings



GUNNISON, Utah – (September 30, 2019) A new addition to their Modern Precision Rifle offerings, Christensen Arms has announced a steel barreled model option starting at $1,795. The American-made chassis rifle incorporates decades of carbon fiber and custom firearms experience alongside a new #4 contour stainless steel barrel with a Cerakote® finish and matching muzzle brake.

The folding chassis features a carbon fiber comb, free-floating carbon fiber handguard, flat match-grade trigger, standard AR-style grip, and a 20 MOA rail. The MAGNELOCK™ system is designed for ease of use, with a smooth release button and a powerful magnet instead of a cumbersome clasp. Heavier than the standard carbon fiber offerings, the steel barreled Modern Precision Rifle weighs in between 8.4 and 9.6 pounds depending on the chambering and barrel length.

The Modern Precision Rifle with a steel barrel is available in both Black and Desert Brown anodized finishes chambered in 223 Remington, 6mm Creedmoor, 6.5 Creedmoor, 6.5 PRC, 308 Winchester, 300 Winchester Magnum, 300 PRC, and 338 Lapua Magnum. All models are available to order through any Christensen Arms dealer. The Modern Precision Rifle is designed to impress, and backed by the Christensen Arms Sub-MOA Guarantee.
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Committed to staying on the leading edge of innovation, Christensen Arms has also announced the addition of 6mm Creedmoor chambering options to three of their bolt-action rifles. The Modern Precision Rifle, BA Tactical, and TFM will now be offered in the cartridge.
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About Christensen Arms:
With almost 25 years of firearm experience focused on incorporating top-tier aerospace materials and processes into production—Christensen Arms manufactures some of the most lightweight, precise, and accurate firearms in the industry and around the globe. From the very first prototype to current models, the firearms have always been the product of American engineering and the best of American manufacturing

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